Professor Wants To Spice Up Class By Showing Porn To Students

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Professor Wants To Spice Up Class By Showing Porn To Students

Class can be pretty damn boring. Powerpoint after Powerpoint taught to us by some of the most monotonous people to have ever stepped foot on this earth. It’s mind-numbing, and some people just can’t take it anymore. Teachers have been trying to spice up class by doing things to keep students interacting, and frankly, it’s just not getting the job done.

One Danish professor has an idea that is guaranteed to get students on board: watching porn in class.

From The Guardian:

Prof Christian Graugaard of Aalborg University caused a furore in Denmark when he suggested on public television that pornography should be shown in schools. This was preferable, he told the Danish public broadcaster DR, to sex education classes that were “boring and technical, where you roll a condom onto a cucumber”.

“My proposal is to critically discuss pornography with 8th and 9th graders [age 15 – the legal age of consent in Denmark – and 16 respectively] as part of a sensible didactic strategy, carried out by trained teachers.”

I wonder what kind of porn these kids will be watching. Will girls now know that they should always answer the door when the pizza guy comes? Who’s to know, really?

The Danish are no strangers to the world of porn, either. Did you know they were the first country in the world to legalize porn back in 1969? Heck, one study found that 99 percent of boys and 86 percent of girls have already choked the chicken or flicked their bean to some porno by the time they hit the age of 16.

I wholeheartedly believe that this form of teaching should be encouraged in all subjects, not just sex ed. Attendance would skyrocket if students knew that Physics is now showing “Busty Cops 8” as a teaching tool. Morale would be as high as a kite. Homework would be encouraged and always completed on time — as long as watching porn was the homework. Make it happen, America.

[via The Guardian]

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